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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MASSES

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Reappearance, 97:world intelligentsia, though not as yet by the masses of men. Wisdom is the predominantReappearance, 104:instinct led; thought was not found among the masses of men as it is today. In this period ofReappearance, 114:submission and intelligent acquiescence in the masses, who normally divide themselves into the twoReappearance, 127:renunciation (though this does not mean that the masses will by any means take the fourthReappearance, 133:but none the less real, recognition by the masses of the true meaning of these Four Noble Truths.Reappearance, 138:new and arresting by which to attract the masses back to God; they fear that something must beReappearance, 138:come), from two sources; the thinking masses, whose growing intellectual perception is the cause ofReappearance, 151:voiceless appeal or invocative cry of the masses and also by the planned, defined invocation of theReappearance, 152:parts. There will be the invocative work of the masses of the people, everywhere, trained by theReappearance, 153:Christ. Through this response, the belief of the masses will gradually be changed into theReappearance, 154:aspect. The unified, invocative thought of the masses and the focused, directed thought of the NewReappearance, 162:thinking is unbounded; it is in the hands of the masses of good little men and the millions ofReappearance, 167:the awakening - slow though it may be - of the masses to the higher spiritual values but isReappearance, 184:The second group is in closer touch with the masses of men; it works more definitely under theTelepathy, 18:and then only in the educated classes. With the masses, instinctual telepathy is still the mode ofTelepathy, 33:It will continue to be used in reaching the masses and those not functioning upon the mental plane.Telepathy, 77:beginning with the lowest of them all - the masses of men who, through demagogues, the newspapers,Telepathy, 113:and the higher (yet inchoate) longings of the masses of men in an invocative form; it does so in
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